Carved Oud

Extrait de Parfum

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A very approachable oud fragrance. There's a bright, fresh opening of cardamom and pink pepper that dries down to an incredible woody oud. As others have said, it is similar to the original 'Oud Wood' by TF. One of the few ouds that I would feel comfortable wearing every day. Great longevity and IMO a good value. Oh, and the sprayer is amazing!
By   - Engineer from NYC on 2/7/2021
This stuff is absolutely GREAT! I’ve yet to smell a fragrance so masculine yet gentle and not over bearing. Wow!
By   - Financial  from Glendale on 6/7/2019
An exquisite creamy soapy Oriental, this exquisite offering is the stuff of the most pleasant dreams. Not an Oud perfume per se, this is Oud blended with other ingredients into an exquisite olfactory Indian queen’s jewel. The perfume begins with a beautiful restrained “non-animalic” South Indian agarwood, but rapidly moves to a heart consisting of warm guaiac and cedar woods before settling into a powdery base of patchouli and musk. Absolutely radiant, and enveloping you in layer after layer of its warm luxury. Unisex with strong sillage/projection and longevity. Oud purists will be disappointed but those looking for a beautiful unusual Oriental have much to enjoy in this lovely offering.
By   - Professor and Perfumer from Charlottesville on 1/28/2019
The “dry” quality of Carved Oud would be notable coming from any house, but Thameen fragrances often have an almost creamy effect; this one’s doing something different. This may be the driest, most rigid patchouli in my collection, miles away from the usual “hippie” vibe the note suggests. It’s also, weirdly, not the source of the smoky effect in Carved Oud -- if I am interpreting this right, someone has set a dry cypress tree on fire in this scent’s vicinity. Despite the brief I’m not sure that brides have any business near Carved Oud; I can, however, imagine the father of the bride carrying this off magnificently...and using it to tacitly state that the young man at the altar had better step up to his responsibilities. Intimidating.
By   - editor from Seattle on 4/16/2017
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